Tri-City Herald HEADLINES
The license of a Kennewick massage practitioner has been suspended after allegations of sexual misconduct, the state Department of Health announced Friday.
Young Marines make donation to help program for disabled veterans.
A Richland day care shut down recently for failing to meet safety and operations standards is now facing allegations of abusing and neglecting children.
The license of a Kennewick massage practitioner has been suspended over allegations of sexual misconduct, the state Department of Health announced Friday.
While Memorial Day is a chance to honor those who serve, the Better Business Bureau says scammers use the holiday to target those who are or have served their nation, especially older veterans.
Nine faculty members at Washington State University Tri-Cities have received $100,000 in year-end awards and summer research grants.
Camp David Enterprises was looking Thursday for about 100 people to harvest Chelan cherries in Finley for a week in June.
A motorcyclist was injured Thursday afternoon when his 2007 Suzuki Vz800Z veered off the road on Interstate 182 in Richland, the Washington State Patrol reported.
MOSES LAKE -- Some Moses Lake children are receiving precautionary rabies treatment after coming into contact with several dead bats. The kids, who are relatives, were found playing with the bats, the Grant County Health District said in a news release.
The two-mile wide path of the tornado through Moore, Okla., looked like a garbage disposal had been at work, grinding up houses, said Jim Spracklen of Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, in a phone call from near the disaster area Thursday.
The third time was the charm last year for Southridge High School sophomore Tayler Plunkett.
Martha Leam, 16, is the girl who put a message in a bottle two years ago while riding on a ferry off the coast of Scotland. She is a junior at Richland High School.
Some Moses Lake children are receiving precautionary rabies treatment after coming into contact with several dead bats.
Traffic is snarled in the southbound lanes of Highway 395 following a six-car fender bender on the blue bridge across the Columbia River.
Woman wanted for trying to use fake money at a Kennewick casino.
FOB Tacoma: Army Pacific commander hints at Stryker review, but says downsizing could have a light touch in the region
Word on the Street: Puyallup City Council approves appointments to new citizens task force on homelessness
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- Trucker bumps I-5 bridge, sees horror behind him
- Two alleged sovereign citizens from Pierce County sentenced
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- Fife man holding 4-year-old son hostage shot dead